Ivan Beres

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  • Englide n.zero ventilators from Hungary

    Do you know where Hungary is? No? Not a problem, let’s leave it that way. Until now there were no Hungarian products for computers – or none of them worth mentioning. Read More

  • Torus concept – not for the usual oversleeper

    The idea of this weird looking bracelet popped out from the head of Nicolas Meiresonne, a student from Belgium, Antwerp. The goal was to design a watch that will give the user a perception of time and some sort of experience. Read More

  • 'Hawk' vechicle is a comfortable motorbike

    Alex Hodge’s Hawk has a performance of a roadbike, yet provides the comfort of a car. Powered by a Honda RC51 V-twin 999cc engine, this little black bug can speed up to a neat 233km/h. The exterior is fiberglass that will provide great aerodynamics and low mass. These are hard times for car manufacturers. Maybe people would rather buy something like this instead of an SUV. Click here… Read More

  • Empire: Total War video spotted

    http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/cne_flash/production/media_player/proteus/one/proteus2.swf  Videos like this make me want to turn on my PC again. In Empire: Total War you are given the chance to fight for independence and glory. Additionally the game features an open ended campaign and a new game mode. All of this and more can be found on Gamespot’s exclusive preview on Empire… Read More

  • Nikon D3X hands-on, worldwide release this Friday

    As Nikon’s new flagship model, the successor of the D3 – or “the Boss” as photo nerds call it – the D3X has plenty of new features for a lot of money. The first part of a recent showcase in Budapest, Hungary was a 30-minute long presentation of the D3X, comparing the D3X to the D3. We were also able to confirm that the “world premiere” will be… Read More

  • Rubber tracks for military vechicles

    One of  the weak points of tracked military vechicles are the metal plates. They need to be repaired after every 250 miles while constantly shaking soldiers inside the vechicle. This is about to change for rubber tracks are more durable and convenient while allowing the tanks to use less fuel. According to Treehugger, fuel consumption could be improved by 1/3 by using rubber tracks on MPG… Read More

  • Brütal Legend trailer – roadie to rock god? What?

    Here’s the plot: You travel back in time as a roadie to the mythical age of metal. You lead an army of headbangers and creatures alike to a war againts barbaric overloards (?). Save the World with your guitar. Gamespot released an exclusive trailer of this crazy game starring Black Jack. Read More

  • Köln University to buy 45,000 iPhones for students

    André Bresges, professor at Köln University, announced that all the university students will receive an iPhone in the name of higher education. The plan involves the development of various applications that will help students to keep in touch with their teachers and keep track of to-do’s. They also want to develop a hierarchical application that will help organize university… Read More

  • Fujitsu Biblo Loox R announced

    If you ever wanted a small and powerful (and expensive) laptop that is not a Mac, here is your chance to get one. The Biblo Loox R has a 12.1″ screen, Intel Core 2 Duo processor with low energy consumption, 128GB SSD, 2GB RAM, Bluetooth, Ethernet, Wi-Fi  and an optical drive. Oh and I almost forgot: 12 hours of battery life. The little power horse costs $3000 and can only be purchased… Read More

  • Windows 7 gets tested, liked.

    Looks like the Windows 7 build 6956 is already a lot better than Vista, even though the beta will not be released until the 13th of January. So some folks over at Softpedia released an immersive set of screenshots yesterday so we can all live the dream. Read More

  • Duo Digital: touchscreen for laptops and LCD's

    PNF (Pen And Free Co.) released the Duo, so you can turn your laptop into a touchscreen without ripping it apart. You just install the receiving station on top or on the side of your screen, define the area you want to use as a tablet and that’s all. However, you have to use a stylus to operate. The laptop version supports up to 15.4″, the monitor version to 22″. Oh and it… Read More

  • Buffalo LinkStation 240GB SSD

    It seems like the price/value ratio of the SSD drives is slowly improving. The Buffalo LS-WSS240GL/R1 costs about 1200$ and has an appealing 240GB of storage. It provides USB, RAID 0, 1 and DLMA/iTunes server capabilities while you can turn the whole thing off when you turn your computer off. Don’t get too excited although because the 240GB is actually two 120GB SSD’s next to… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: MacUpdate Promo Holiday Bundle for $49.99

    MacUpdate offers a bunch of handy software for $49.99. For that price you get everything on the picture. I never needed any of these and I also have no idea what they do (except for VirusBarrier) but this seems like a bargain. Thanks Stephen! Read More

  • Enormous 10 cell 1300mAh battery for eee pc 901 spotted

    Hey look at the ugly beast! It will give your eee PC 10-14 hours of uptime. This guy got it from ebay for 90$. [via jkkmobile] Read More

  • Vuzix iWear AV320XL and AV310 widescreen

    I’ve always wanted to try one of these. The new models are priced between the expensive 920’s and the cheap 230. I don’t really see the difference in these models. Maybe they for different purpose. The widescreen model features a 52″ screen and real cinema experience while the 320XL gives you a 44″ screen and is cheaper. Click here for more. Read More

  • Icephone details emerge

    New details about this crazy machine. It has an ice button to send an emergency signal and it runs Windows Mobile 6. The rumors were that one of the three platforms of this phone is for GPS navigation. Now the news say that it’s for gaming. On the website they call it “The phone for life” and “The medical phone” the same time. Oh, and you can choose the colour… Read More

  • Mobiado 105GMT

    I have an iPhone and I think it’s an expensive cellphone. But it does a lot more than a cellphone. So why would I buy something expensive that has the specs of a sub 100$ device and has “Dual inset 24 Karat gold plated crowns”? Anyone ever bought something like this?  Specs:
    Quadband GSM and dual band WCDMA, speaker phone, 3G luxury phone (?), 2 megapixel picture and… Read More

  • Akasa Nero 967 heatsink for Core i7

    If you buy a processor from AMD or Intel you can be pretty sure you’ll find an Akasa heatsink in the box. This baby here – the Nero – will cool your CPU with three 8 mm directly connected heat pipes and a 120 mm vent. It’s pretty silent too, the noise it makes should fall between 18-25 dB.  Click here for more.
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  • Firefox 3.1 beta 2 is here

    In case you missed this, now you can download the second beta, which has some new features like private browsing and TraceMonkey engine. This engine is not really new since it has been included in the past versions – it is on by default now. Wow. Optimized Gecko engine. Come on.  For a complete list of super new awesome features and download, click here.
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  • Holux 005 GPS Tracker knows if you have crossed a line

    This watch tracks your position and sends text to your girlfriend so she knows if you are in trouble. It has a 96×96 monochrome screen, mini USB, supports TCP/IP and it’s waterproof. Fully charged it will operate for 60 hours. Your mom will like this watch because it has Geofence, a virtual fence that if you cross the 005 will know, send text and beep. It also has a button for… Read More